Inflorescences sentence example

inflorescences
  • Spikelets unisexual, male and female in separate inflorescences or on different parts of the same inflorescence.
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  • Anton Kerner has shown that crowded inflorescences such as those of Compositae and Umbelliferae are especially adapted for geitonogamy.
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  • I, Branch with male (a) and female (b) inflorescences; 2, bract with three male flowers; 3, bract with three female flowers; 4, infrutescence; 5, fruit.
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  • The minute flowers are arranged in spikelets somewhat as in grasses, and these again in larger spike-like or panicled inflorescences.
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  • In the conifers proper the female reproductive organs have the form of cones, which may be styled flowers or inflorescences according to different interpretations of their morphology.
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  • The male and female inflorescences have the form of simple or paniculate spikes.
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  • Numerous circular pits occur on the concentric ridges of the depressed and wrinkled crown, marking the position of former inflorescences borne in the leaf-axil at different stages in the growth of the plant.
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  • A third series of inflorescences, termed mixed, may be recognized.
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  • According to the mode and degree of development of the lateral shoots and also of the bracts, various forms of both inflorescences result.
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  • Lastly, we have what are called compound indefinite inflorescences.
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  • Compound definite inflorescences are by no means common, but in Streptocarpus polyanthus and in several calceolarias we probably have examples.
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  • Forms of inflorescence occur, in which both the definite and indefinite types are represented - mixed inflorescences.
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  • Tabular View Of Inflorescences A.
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  • The female inflorescences vary considerably in organization; in some species the axis of the spike bears solitary ovules, each accompanied by a few bracts, while in others the lateral appendages are catkins, each containing from two to several ovules.
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  • There is good evidence that many of the seeds belonged to Cordaitales, especially those seeds which had a flattened form, such as Cardiocarpus, Cycadinocarpus, Samaropsis, &c. Seeds of this kind have been found in connexion with the Cordaianthus inflorescences; the winged seeds'of Samaropsis, borne on long pedicels, are attributed by Grand' Eury to the genus Dorycordaites.
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  • Some of the fossils referred to the genus Kaidocarpon, and originally described as monocotyledonous inflorescences, are undoubted Araucarian cones; other cones of the same type have been placed in the genus Cycadeostrobus and referred to Cycads.
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  • Large, heart-shaped leaves and very long inflorescences of rich purplish-blue flowers with conspicuous green calyces.
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  • inflorescences of rich purplish-blue flowers with conspicuous green calyces.
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  • Plants can grow quite large and produce dozens of large purple inflorescences on stalks about 1 m tall.
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  • The flowers of the plant are terminal inflorescences which develop into large heads of glossy small, round grain.
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  • The dodder is a genus (Cuscuta) of leafless parasites with slender thread-like twining stems. The flowers stand singly in the leaf-axils or form few or many flowered cymose inflorescences; the flowers are sometimes crowded into small heads.
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  • Both male and female inflorescences have frequently been found in connexion with leaf-bearing branches (see restoration, fig.
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  • Flowers are with splashes of pink and are born terminally on several-flowered racemes, cymes, or corymbose inflorescences.
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  • The leaves are greyish, the white, fragrant flowers borne in terminal inflorescences in August.
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